Three copies of Amazon worth #3,995 each plus 200 trial packs for lucky runners-up
Intelligent Environments' Amazon is a powerful business rules processor for building applications with a Web browser, GUI or phone front end.
Designed for complex business applications of the type previously developed for a mainframe, it processes data from virtually any source - from IBM DB2 on a mainframe to Excel spreadsheets using ODBC. Use Amazon to build three-tier client/server applications with AM (IE's Application Manager) as the front end, or dynamic Web sites with active, interactive pages for displaying and processing your corporate data.
Amazon runs under Microsoft Windows NT and works with any standard Web browser and Web server running under Unix or Windows NT. Visit Intelligent Environments at www.ieinc.com
Three copies of Netscape's FastTrack Server 2.0
If you want to publish on the Internet but fear the complexity and cost of Web server software, FastTrack Server is for you. This easy-to-use, entry-level Web server is designed to help novices create and manage Web sites and is a complete solution for creating and managing sites on the Internet or an intranet. Easily upgradable to Netscape Enterprise Server, FastTrack is an open platform for publishing traditional Internet documents, and developing and deploying live network-centric and media-rich applications.
Netscape FastTrack Server installs in minutes, not hours or days. It includes the award-winning Netscape Navigator Gold for creating and editing rich documents. For more information visit Netscape .
For a chance to win, just answer these three simple questions and fill in the form below: 1. Where is the Amazon?
(a) South America
(b) South Africa
(c) South Dakota
2. Which is the world's most popular browser?
(a) Netscape Navigator
(b) Internet Explorer
3. Who invented the World Wide Web?
(a) Tim Berners Lee
(b) Tim Roth
(c) Tim Brook-Taylor.
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